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San Francisco Diamond Ring Store Union Street Goldsmith Offers New Tri-Color Metal Designs


Union Street Goldsmith, a custom jewelry store in San Francisco, is now offering Glenda Queen's tri-color jewelry designs.

San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) November 01, 2012

Mixing metal colors, such as rose gold, yellow gold and platinum, has always been a big part of Union Street Goldsmith's collections, and it is even more in demand now. In accordance with the trend's popularity, Union Street Goldsmith's designer and owner, Glenda Queen, has created a new line of metal fusion custom jewelry designs. Made with 14-karat rose gold, 18-karat or 22-karat yellow gold, and 14-karat white gold or platinum, these tri-color designs seamlessly match any jewelry collection, no matter what color metal the other jewelry is.

"These tri-color jewelry designs are a perfect way to transition your jewelry wardrobe if you're looking to step out from wearing just one metal color," Queen said.

The bangles are made by hand and are available in different wrist sizes for the perfect fit. Any of the designs can also be made into a two-tone version. Each rounded ring has all three colors, which creates a different look as they rotate throughout the day. Both the rings and the bangle bracelets are beautiful with just a single band or multiple stacked together. It is also great to start with one and add on additional ones for each special occasion.

For more information about any of Union Street Goldsmith's products or services, call 415-658-9315, view the diamond ring store on the Web at or visit 1909 Union St. in San Francisco.

About Union Street Goldsmith

Union Street Goldsmith is a San Francisco custom jewelry store that specializes in engagement rings, diamond rings, wedding bands, 22-karat gold, platinum, pearl necklaces and jewelry repair. Glenda Queen and Terry Brumbaugh founded Union Street Goldsmith in the Marina District of San Francisco in 1976. They have been jewelers for so long that they are now creating engagement rings and wedding bands for the children of couples whose rings they made decades ago.

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